Australia win World Cup cricket

Final: Australia won by 53 runs (D/L method). Australia 281/4 (38/38 ov); Sri Lanka 215/8 (36/36 ov)

Man of the Match : Adam Gilchrist, Man of the Series Glen McGrath

Semi-Final: Australia won by 7 wickets (111 balls remaining). South Africa 149 (43.5 ov); Australia 153/3 (31.3 ov)
Semi-Final: Sri Lanka won by 81 runs. Sri Lanka 289/5 (50 ov); New Zealand 208 (41.4 ov)

Cricket World Cup week 5

Apr 21 England won by 1 wicket (with 1 ball remaining). West Indies 300 (49.5 ov); England 301/9 (49.5 ov)
Apr 20 Australia won by 215 runs. Australia 348/6 (50 ov); New Zealand 133 (25.5 ov)
Apr 19 West Indies won by 99 runs. West Indies 230/5 (50 ov); Bangladesh 131 (43.5 ov)
Apr 18 Sri Lanka won by 8 wickets (with 240 balls remaining). Ireland 77 (27.4 ov); Sri Lanka 81/2 (10 ov)
Apr 17 South Africa won by 9 wickets (with 184 balls remaining). England 154 (48 ov); South Africa 157/1 (19.2 ov)
Apr 16 Australia won by 7 wickets (with 44 balls remaining). Sri Lanka 226 (49.4 ov); Australia 232/3 (42.4 ov)
Apr 15 Ireland won by 74 runs. Ireland 243/7 (50 ov); Bangladesh 169 (41.2 ov)

Cricket World Cup week 4

Apr 7, 2007 Bangladesh won by 67 runs. Bangladesh 251/8 (50 ov); South Africa 184 (48.4 ov)
Apr 4, 2007 Sri Lanka won by 2 runs. Sri Lanka 235 (50 ov); England 233/8 (50 ov)
Apr 3, 2007 South Africa won by 7 wickets (21 balls remaining) (D/L). Ireland 152/8 (35/35 ov); South Africa 165/3 (31.3/35 ov)
Apr 2, 2007 New Zealand won by 9 wickets (124 balls remaining). Bangladesh 174 (48.3 ov); New Zealand 178/1 (29.2 ov)
Apr 1, 2007 Sri Lanka won by 113 runs. Sri Lanka 303/5 (50 ov); West Indies 190 (44.3 ov)

Cricket World Cup week 2

Mar 24 England won by 7 wickets (with 60 balls remaining). Kenya 177 (43/43 ov); England 178/3 (33/43 ov)

Mar 24 Australia won by 83 runs. Australia 377/6 (50 ov); South Africa 294 (48 ov)

Mar 23 West Indies won by 8 wickets (with 59 balls remaining) (D/L method). Ireland 183/8 (48/48 ov); West Indies 190/2 (38.1/48 ov)

Mar 23 Sri Lanka won by 69 runs. Sri Lanka 254/6 (50 ov); India 185 (43.3 ov)

Mar 22 Netherlands won by 8 wickets (with 157 balls remaining). Scotland 136 (34.1 ov); Netherlands 140/2 (23.5 ov)

Mar 22 New Zealand won by 114 runs. New Zealand 363/5 (50 ov); Canada 249 (49.2 ov)

Mar 21 Pakistan won by 93 runs (D/L method). Pakistan 349 (49.5 ov); Zimbabwe 99 (19.1/20 ov)

Mar 21 Sri Lanka won by 198 runs (D/L method). Sri Lanka 318/4 (50 ov); Bangladesh 112 (37/46 ov)

Mar 20 South Africa won by 7 wickets (with 160 balls remaining). Scotland 186/8 (50 ov); South Africa 188/3 (23.2 ov)

Mar 20 New Zealand won by 148 runs. New Zealand 331/7 (50 ov); Kenya 183 (49.2 ov)

Mar 19 West Indies won by 6 wickets (with 13 balls remaining). Zimbabwe 202/5 (50 ov); West Indies 204/4 (47.5 ov)

Mar 19 India won by 257 runs. India 413/5 (50 ov); Bermuda 156 (43.1 ov)

Mar 18 England won by 51 runs. England 279/6 (50 ov); Canada 228/7 (50 ov)

Mar 18 Australia won by 229 runs. Australia 358/5 (50 ov); Netherlands 129 (26.5 ov)

Cricket World Cup, West Indies calendar

Tue 13  1st Match, Group D – West Indies v Pakistan
 
Wed 14  2nd Match, Group A – Australia v Scotland
Wed 14  3rd Match, Group C – Canada v Kenya
 
Thu 15  4th Match, Group B – Bermuda v Sri Lanka
Thu 15  5th Match, Group D – Ireland v Zimbabwe
 
Fri 16  6th Match, Group A – Netherlands v South Africa
Fri 16  7th Match, Group C – England v New Zealand
 
Sat 17  8th Match, Group B – Bangladesh v India
Sat 17  9th Match, Group D – Ireland v Pakistan Read more of this post

Cricket India bt SA, Australia win Ashes, SL bt NZ

India bt South Africa  Video of Sreesanth’s jig after hitting Nel for a 6
Australia bt England to regain the Ashes
Sri Lanka bt New Zealand

ICC Champions Trophy table

A      PWDLPts
  WI  3 2 – 1 4
  Aus 3 2 – 1 4
  Ind 3 1 – 2 2
  Eng 3 1 – 2 2

B      PWDLPts
 SAf 3 2 – 1 4
 NZ  3 2 – 1 4
 Pak 3 1 – 2 2
 SrL 3 1 – 2 2
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ICC Champions Trophy schedule

Sun 5   Final – Australia beat West Indies by 8 wickets at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai

Completed matches:
Sat 7   1st Qualifying Match – Bangladesh lost to Sri Lanka by 37 runs
Sun 8   2nd Qualifying Match – West Indies beat Zimbabwe by 9 wickets
Tue 10   3rd Qualifying Match – Sri Lanka beat Zimbabwe by 144 runs
Wed 11   4th Qualifying Match – Bangladesh lost to West Indies by 10 wickets
Fri 13   5th Qualifying Match – Bangladesh beat Zimbabwe by 101 runs
Sat 14   6th Qualifying Match – Sri Lanka beat West Indies by 9 wickets
Sun 15   1st Match – India beat England  by 4 wickets
Mon 16   2nd Match – New Zealand beat South Africa by 87 runs 
Tue 17   3rd Match – Pakistan beat Sri Lanka  by 4 wickets
Wed 18   4th Match – Australia lost to West Indies  by 10 runs
Fri 20   5th Match – New Zealand lost to Sri Lanka by 7 wickets
Sat 21   6th Match – Australia beat England by 6 wickets
Tue 24   7th Match – South Africa beat Sri Lanka  by 78 runs
Wed 25   8th Match – New Zealand beat Pakistan by 51 runs
Thu 26   9th Match – India lost to  West Indies by 3 wickets
Fri 27   10th Match – Pakistan lost to  South Africa by 124 runs
Sat 28   11th Match – England best West Indies  by 3 wickets
Sun 29   12th Match – India lost to Australia by 6 wickets
 
November 2006 Wed 1   1st Semi Final – Australia beat New Zealand by 34 runs 
Thu 2   2nd Semi Final – West Indies beat South Africa by 6 wickets